The Baltimore Ravens appear to have benefited from the time off they received during their bye week.
The Ravens are back to work in preparation for the Cleveland Browns. Currently on a two-game losing streak, Baltimore will need to get back on track quickly if they wish to keep pace with the Bengals.
We are past the Week 8 mark of the season. The Ravens are coming off of the Bye Week. All of the AFC North have a 1-1 Division Record.
The Ravens didn’t want to enter the bye with a loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. But it may end up being the best thing to happen to the Ravens this season.
Five games does not make an NFL season but the AFC North has a very bizarre look right now. Yes, that’s CLEVELAND at the top of the heap.
Tom Reed joined Ed & Steve to talk about the trade of Trent Richardson to the Colts for a 2014 1st round pick.
Mark Zinno gives his reaction to the Sunday’s game against the Browns. Sure it was an ‘ugly’ win but you never apologize for a W.
Our on-field reporter Jerry Coleman hit the turf after the game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns. He caught up with Brandon Stokley, Marlon Brown, Vonta Leach and Corey Graham to get the players take on the game, the good and the bad.
The Baltimore Ravens were far from overpowering in their home opener. Compared to their first game, however, they looked positively super.
Steve Davis explains why, even though he didn’t have a statistically great performance, Joe gets the game ball for Sunday’s game against the Browns.
After unveiling the Super Bowl Banner to the fans, the Ravens took to the field and faced their AFC rival, The Browns, who jumped out to an early 6-0 led by two Billy Cundiff FG’s, in his first appearance back in Baltimore after he was cut by the team last offseason.
What a difference a week makes. The Ravens went from the joke of the NFL to the defensive powerhouse many envisioned when the season began. If Sunday was any indication, this defense will be a force for Baltimore this year.